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Improving Resistivity of Urea Formaldehyde Resin Through Joint Modeling of Mean and Dispersion

Summary: [This abstract is based on the authors' abstract.] In an earlier study using resin data for improving the resistivity of urea formaldehyde by setting process parameters, it was noted that variances of the responses are non-constant and affected by some factors. To identify the factors affecting variance, the analysis of variance method was used for signal-to-noise ratio, but the method sometimes dismissed important factors as insignificant. This study proposes joint modeling for the mean and dispersion, resulting in a different analysis for the resin data.

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  • Topics: Process Management, Quality Control
  • Keywords: Dispersion analysis diagram, Mean, Variance (statistics), Quality engineering, Accuracy and precision
  • Author: Das, Rabindra Nath; Lee, Youngjo
  • Journal: Quality Engineering